The Costume Gallery Presents:
A Year in Fashion: 1870
History of Bonnets

Bonnet: #7
Date: 1829

Lady #7 displays the bonnet in the very height of its glory, with the shape large and more strongly difned than ever; this is of white chip with a double edge; the ribbon round it is a pale pink of a rich satin, with three plain bars woven in it on either side; the flowers are orange-colored China asters, with leaves of the natural green.

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